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VOLUMEi. NO. 36.
MILESCITY, MONTANA. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 38, 1882.
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THEGRUEL WAR IS OVER.
Kicokik, Iowa, Nov. 27.^Tin- ruil-^road* have cut the rati* mi lumber^from Keokuk to Missouri River points^to six cent*.
reno,Nev., Nov. K.^S
TheFight of Rates Between the^Eastern Railways Near-^ing the End.
Speakingof Railroads Reminds^us that Another Accident^Can be Recorded.
AMysterious Shooting Affray^in High Life in the Na^^tion's Capital.
AnotherUnfortunate Tragedy^in Ireland.^A Detective^Loses His Life.
thT ha* Iiccii beaff of tin- reported^tight between the PhMexand Wu-xhocs.^A nuixt^er of the former trii*^ are in^town, unci the report.!* probably with^^out founilution.
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HasFram ik o, Itav. 27.^A freight^train of thirty-six cult on the Central 1^I'acifle wan ditched ^a^t uijiht near I^Wiiite IMainx, Nevada. A hraketnan ;^won killed. The wetft IhiuihI express ';^wax uaabke to pansaJi^l |i;;^ai'iiircr^ and |^nuula were tntOHferred.
heavymuntcT.^Lirrt.K HiKti, Nov. 27.^In the Jef-^femon circuit court Mai. Newman,^publisher of the Piae Bluff Commer^^cial, sued C. R. ijrei kciirid^e, con-^grewiuiaii at large ele^!t, lor $2,.'i(K) for^services rendered to secure his nomina^^tion, in pavment for the luni refused^aa excessive. To-d^^ the Jury ren^^dered a verdict of thirty aollurs for^Newman.
NewYohk, Nov. 27.^N. P., 441;^preferred, Wi. Ht. P. M. A. M.. fUlf.
i IiOMDox, Nov. 27.^The train on the^', North Sc^itland railway from Macduff^itbiiiK fur-1 o' four this afternoon fell tblMMjk the
ridi;eat Fyrth of Aberdeen. Fourteen^persons were killed ami many Injured.^The engine had imsscd in safety^all^the carriaKi'S were wrecked.
Makingit Warm for Public Of^^ficer! in Sympathy With^the Star Routers.
Jos.Lkiuhton, Rich. E. !*n^WEK.^Ai.Kkuen Mykks, Wu. H. Ot i hbik.^tikio. 11. Milm, Joiik J. Ukaham,^Jap, S. Rbisbin, U. tJ. A.
errorr ah a is^This morning we are again unable to^present our readers with full associated^press ru]K^rts. This time the cause la^the destruction by Are of the Head-^^iuurtera hotel at Hruinerd, in which^is located the office of the Western^Union Telegraph Company.
PiTTSBfRH,Pa., Nov. 27.^J. W.^Moore, a coal operator of McKeespori,^Pa., hna failed. His liabilities are |!^H,-^(K)0 and his assets 1)1,000.
Washington,Nov. 27.^ The presi^^dent this afternoon directed the re^^moval of Charlua E. Hcury, marshal^of the District of Columbia,' I) B. Ain-^Mjf, postmaster. M. Parker,assistant in^iiosi office, for the City of Washington,^M D. Halm, foreman of the Congress^^ional Reconl, and Qtam K. Sjieneer,^govarnment director of the Union^i'acifle railroad com|stny, upon charges^made by attorm y general, and Colonel^Bliss, that tbe above ^ fflei.ds inh rfcred^with the ends of Justice in connection^with tile star route trials. These offices^will be filled immediately, so there will^la-no interruption to the public ser^^vice. To prevent any 'possible embar^^rassment in the aflai rs in the marshal's^office, the suspension of that officer will^be held until his successor has been ap^^is unlet I.
rmoMrEcttrMeeack.^Chicago, Nov. 27.^The 7'imr* pub-^| lishes tile i*^rrespondeiice lietwi-en Jay^(iould and the Presidents of the roads |^in the Nortliwest now engaged in Uiei^rate war, which shows that Mr. Could '^proposed and Mr. Kiddie and Mr.^Mitchell favored a meeting for the ar-,^bitration and restoration of rates. Di- j^(puiry to-day extuutlslies the genuine- i^hess of the dispatches, which litul bet n^denied, and also gives reasons to be-1^lieve that the plan of adjustment will^Ik^ agreed on within twenty-four hours, |
Warhinotox,Not. 27.^A serious^shooting affray, in volt im: a mystery,^occurreti at the Ht. Marc hotel to-nijrh't,^in tiie nsun of a gut -I of the house, j.^P. Augney, of Pltuburg. said to In^agent of the Adln-ttifde insurant-!^company. There WWfi three iiersoii-^preseDt 'at the slitsituig. J. H. N\^mot, a resident of this city, and brothel^in-law of the agent, was shot three^times. The other person present was^named Trumbull, said to tie clerk in^the pensiou office. Without'x wounds^were pronounced fatal. He was taken^to the Providence hospital. The other^parties, Angney and Trumbull, are^reticent. Both have lieen arrested.^Family troubles about property is said^to be at the bottom of tbe affair.
irishifyiGMhr.^Dt'BLIN, Nov. :5.--A detective,^named Cox. was shot by a man with^a revolver, at 11:30to-night, on Mid'!'e^Abliey street, in tiiis city. Another^detective, MMM hiastwood, shot Cox's^a^ail.mi. Both wounded men were^taken to the hospital, where Cox died.^Kastwood and Cox and another detec^^tive were tugetiier on speiial duty in^the neighlMirhood of Sackville street,^watching a party of men susjiectisl of^Iwing Fenbins. Four shots were flred^at the officers, one of them wounding^Cox. Eastwood pursued the man who^11 re'I tin revolver and shot him In the^head, arm and hand. The
THEREIi VI.AR S1URY.
St.Johns, Nov. 27.^The engine of^a working train ran into the Pullman^sleeper of a train bound from (fuebec to^St. Johns this afternoon near FallCasle.^The engine went one-quarter way^through the Pullman, but no passen^^gers were hurt. The engine driver,^fireman, and brakenmn on the engine^were badly scalded. One of them died^and the other two are not expected to^live.
Chicaoo,Nov. 27.^Hog receipts^27,000; shipments 2,500; demand weak,^average 200 lower; mixed ^ri00a02o;^heavy MMM; light SGOaCSn; skips^^MMM, Cattle receipts ^,000, ship^^ments l.'ioo: dull, weak shiping set^^tling lOalo; lower, common to fair^IMMlSj medium to good aOOa^jO;^choice to extra 52.iafi.50. Butchers^strong 2^iOa410; stackers and-feeders^fairly active 200*4*5; Texans firm^market shiping elosod very weak.
Mti.WAi'KKF,Nov. 27.^The old firm^of L. Newliauer A Sons, established 30^years ago and employing 400 people^failed to-day ; assets$12.5,000, liabilities^unknown but supiMixed to lie nehx^$200,000. The assignment was made to^George Tracy. Thecreditors are mostly^here and in New York. The failure^was caused by a lists ou bad debts, de^^preciations in value of -tock, and dull^times generally in clothing circles^caused by a warm fall. It is stated^that one cause of the failure was the^crookedness of the Urnkkeeper, A. H.^H -rnshein, who skipped out three^\vt ^ t i ajr0i leaving the firm out several^thou -.^.nils of dollars.
.heOfficers' Dramatic Club at Fort^Keogh, ^ 'upt. E. Butler, nuuiager, will^give a dramatic performance to-night^at the Post, for which cards of invita-^tiou have Isjtn issued. TheJot'RXAt.^was kindly favored with one. ih w^^sfrformunces are a source of enjoyable^entertainment for the re-ideuts of the^Post and their Invited guests.
TheCosiuopolitau Theatre, Wolf A.^Rolieitsou pnijirietors, will be reopened^to the public to-morrow night. This^is the only place of amusement in the^the city, and the managers are men^who thoroughly understand their busi^^ness. They have engaged an entire^new company of pcriot men who^^ ho are already in the city, and will^appear for the first time to-mor^^row night in the complimentary^performance tendered Messrs. Wolf*^Roherrson, which the Joi knal pre^^dicts w ill l^ a grand success.
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OPENDAY AND NIGHT
Hffr.lmv.tii^ ot all fcln*. W^I ui,rlii a -lit sNtt. The ball la rumuM with psal^audiamlDif luliUa. Krvali l.a^^r B^p on Tap by^lb* Quoit. 1 in' public aft ail iavltaa. h
MACVEiaU'SH VHFR ESS Kit LETTER-
Philadelphia,Nov. 27.^The foi-^lowing letter from Wayne MacYeigh^to President Arthur, just be Pore bia re^^tirement from the Cabinet, will appear^in the Time* to-morrow :
Philadelphia,Nov. k, issi.^My^Dear Mr. ^'resident: Your letter has^just reached me, and I will come to see^you ami talk over once more the sub^^ject of which it treats in tile same spirit^of conciliation in which we have here^^tofore discussed it. 1 will telegraph^you Jli advance of my coming, w hich^will be just a* amm as 1 can free my^^self from engagement* here, in the^interval I wish you to opusider again^the reasons why T cannot share your^opinion upon that subject. As I nave^already told you, I k,iew com|wiratlvely^nothing about the Star Route fraud's^until President (iarfleld called my at^^tention to them. He auokc very^earnestly of his duty to have them^thoroughly investigated and to remove^all persons who ought to have pre^vented tiit-in. ami to see that all per^^sons were prosecuted against whom^reasonable grounds for such a course^were dcv^lo|Md by the investigation.
HeStlid be had explained to tin Post^^master (icneml the same views, and^also whv he wished him to consult me^rather than the District Attorney of the^district. 1 he |s^stmaster general called^upon me and we went together to the^president. He was quite emphatic, as^before, in expressing Ills opinion u|mui^the subject. He spttke of frauds as un^^paralleled ; villlansas loathsome ulcers^ou bodv puli!U^a^ uqeding to be cut out^with all its roots UO matter where they^existed. He stated that while it did^not belong to my department, certainty^not at that stage of the matter, yet be^wished to associate wrth the issit-^mastcr flenetsf to the extent of lifting
matter.He say* he intended to remove^Qeii. Brady as soou as the postmaster j
expectedto recover. He wax mining a^group of ten men, who sought to hurry^t lie murderer away and were captured^by soldiers of the Rifle Brigatle, who^j drew bayonets and threatened to run^the prisoner through if lie was cot stir-^| rendered. Cox wa* thirty years nH^and his assassin, whose name is Chris-^toplier Howling, is about thesa i t am,^A third man of the patty is also in^custisiy. The men had just come out^of a public house frequented by^Fenians.
Tongueriver, near tbe bridge, is the^nmii Is not i sceue of much merriment every even-
NewYohk, Nov. 24.^The follow^^ing correspondence shows thst the^railroad war in the northwest has been^put In way of a speedy termination,^and that an arbitration of existing diffi^^culties is agreed upon
Nrt*Yoks, Not. 2\ 1S81,^JiLlCa WaNWOSTU. *ao^, Vloc Prtaident.
Chicago,MilwaukrcA St. Paul R. R.^Co.^Dear Sir : ^I propose that re^^traction of tariff be ordered to take^effect on the 2Mh Inst, between all^^mints ou all of the lines now involved^in the present con test, and that it niect-^1 j ing be called at Chicago at an early^day to settle by agreement, if possible,^and by arbitration If neoesssjrv, all the^matters in dispute, and mending final^settlement witliin thirty days from^date. No deviation from established^tariff's shall be tolerated under any cir^^cumstances. I have addressed similar^communications to Mr. Daws, vice-^president of the C. R. 1. 4 P., aa Mr.^Riddle, president, is not in the city,^and also one to Mr. Porter, president^of C.8t. P., M. AO.
AlhektKkkp,^rest. C. A N. W. R. R. Co.
NiwYork. N^^. W, im.^ALSSBT Etir, Eavi. Preaidaa' ^tc.
Ciiruutt * St. J'aut JR. R. ffc,, 1^IhnrtM afmnranicntloti rs-1
lutingto the atJtiJwmekH of Uitt t.-Ts-.^eai railroad iwraiiotitioa dat^M Nov '^Sft, and terms of aiyustmeiit sutrtresteii^by you havs Ispon considered,- ai d I^sin sutorlaed In Is half of tin* coin t^pan^-, to say thai the protieaai aiefts^lib our appmval, and tliia coiitp u.*
ing,as the jolly party of skaters assem^^ble there to enjoy a few hours of health-^i ful sport. Occasionally a pilgrim will^1 make a hemic effort, and tremble a^, few seconds while doing the great^ball; ncing act, and then plant his^nctber extremities with a dull thud^ut the ice, forcible enough, but not ^t^all graceful. The deiuand for skates^! hu far exceeded the limited supply,^ui I every mail bag from the east con^^tains two or three pairs of skate*. ^The^jov of the boys and delight of the^I girla.
Ewrylhinyon hrmd generally k^t .^in a welt rtyulatcd drug houte. 1
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StiT*Thestage leaves Milea City^Monday, Wednesday and Fritls/^mornings at 8 o'chs-k. For jsasaage '^r^any information apply to
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JamesStearns, Stearns ranch; J. WJ^Kelley, Montana; Mrs. E. Jones, Boxe-^iiiaii ; Daniel Scott, Hpeartish; Al.^English, Montana; A. Eugh, Montana; I^Jas. A. Boycc, Moutana; Jot a ^ Hedge*,^(llendlve: W. J. Brake, Ultndive ;^E. J. Matron, Olendive; W. H. j^Bowles, Powder river, F. Rolierts,'^Powder river; W. H. Johnson, Powder^rive*.
J.W. Allison, Montana; A. Myers,^Tongue river; E. J. Auaory, GlcBdive;^J. Snyder, (ilendlve; W. W. Johnson.^Olendive; F. M. Voorheea, city; J.^R. Orimth, I'tiea, N. Y.. Anton^Klaus, Jr., (ilendlve; Ceo, M. Hmith,^Huntley ; John C. Foster, Tongue^river.
Oso.Hadvern, Fargo; ^. Howell, Rls-^inark ; Wm. R. Hastings, Fargo; M.
genoralcould And a satisfactory sue- are ready to carry the same Into eiftvL^Al a Mihaequent Interview he | Ysry resueetfully,^olay lu
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